Wordful Wednesday – Lake Arrowhead

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lake arrowhead

Lake Arrowhead is a fabulous get away if you live in Los Angeles.  Nestled in the San Bernardino Mountains, it’s about 50 miles from our house and located at about 500o feet, so the view of the valley is spectacular and it’s high enough to escape the smog.  Lake Arrowhead has a cute little village with shops and restaurants where you can get (among other things) ICE CREAM and duck food, and spend a lazy day without the hustle and bustle of the city and suburbs.  We spent the day there this week and had a great time above the smog line!!!

lake arrowhead

lake arrowhead

lake arrowhead

lake arrowhead

lake arrowhead

lake arrowhead

What hidden gems do you have in your neck of the woods?

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As summer rushes towards us, this week we’re featuring some great summer-y type shots!  Like this intense picture of a focused softball player, a perfect outdoor summer scene, another outdoor shot that just screams “SUMMER IS HERE!”, and a great 50 Things to do This Summer list you can copy if you want.

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    says

    Looks beautiful!

    Michigan is full of hidden gems like that. Little quaint towns on the great lakes or hidden back near an inland lake. Even during the winter some of them are still fun places to visit although I prefer the warmer weather.

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